I said a 9 instead of a 10 because, well - no goggle is perfect. As far as I'm concerned they are the best goggle on the market, but to be honest - they do fog up sometimes (like in the liftline after a top to bottom powder run on a relativly warm day... i don't think any goggles can stay clear if you leave them on in that situation.
I've had a few different goggles over my times and was stuck in the hype of Oakley for a few years, but after a while I just got sick and tired of the lenses fogging up (and eventually getting that perma fog shit, you know what i'm talking about). One pair of my electric goggles has been with me for 4 years and they still work amazingly well - no matter how much I rub those lenses with my glove.
One of the things that makes electic so nice is their simple elegent shape. nothing sticking out where it shouldn't, no studs, just smooth curves, a wide assortment of graphics, there's really a look for everyone.
On top of their nice look, they are lightwieght and your periferal vision isn't affected by the frame.
While their are cheaper goggles out there, do you really want a pair of ugly ass $20 Scott goggles? But if you compare Electric to Oakley it's like they're giving them away.
Electric Goggles have stuck with the same mold for their goggle for many years now, and that is a good thing. They not only fit my head amazingly, but I haven't met a person who had electrics and complained about them (with or without a helmet).
Electic goggles hold up amazingly. When you buy them from a shop you get an extra set of lenses, and it takes a lot to fuck them up.